Goodwill is not enough

Sperryn, Simon
July 1997
People Management;7/24/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 15, p21
Opinion. Comments on the key elements for the success of Great Britain's proposed welfare-to-work program for people in long-term unemployment. Effects of long-term unemployment on businesses; Factors which influence the success of the welfare-to-work scheme; Two lessons influencing effective local delivery of the scheme; Skills that are to be developed under the program.


Related Articles

  • TALES OF Titania. Touché, Titania // Grocer;12/11/2010, Vol. 233 Issue 7985, p66 

    The author expresses her opinion on issues related to public relations (PR) and the grocery industry in Great Britain as of December 2010 including the decision to frozen the entire British crop, how to be successful in PR, and working with German client Weihnachtsmarktschwindel.

  • Keeping talent key to success.  // Recruiter;6/9/2010, p6 

    The article reports on the claims of Sue Brooks, managing director of Ochre House, that talent is the key element to a successful business in Great Britain.

  • True understanding delivers results. Pullan, Julian // Conference & Incentive Travel;Sep2010, p16 

    In this article the author comments on the significance of customers' opinion on the quality and success of customer services in Great Britain.

  • Six sense. Reid, Robert // Money Marketing;12/17/2009, p13 

    In this article the author comments on the dwindling competence of financial advisers as well as their failure to focus on the key elements of an investment in Great Britain.

  • The usual suspects. Reid, Robert // Money Marketing;4/17/2003, p33 

    Comments on plans to remake with-profit investment option in Great Britain. Key element of the appeal of with-profits.

  • The living, breathing strategy. Medley, Richard // Marketing (00253650);10/12/2011 PR Essays, p21 

    The article offers information on Spider PR's key elements for successful brand marketing in an evolving and experimental media landscape. According to Spider PR, business-led public relation (PR) approach is about supporting the core proposition with a range of disciplines including the...

  • Ian Naismith: The real auto-enrol test starts now.  // Money Marketing (Online Edition);3/25/2014, p10 

    The article presents the author's opinion on the impact of automatic enrolment staging dates on the success factors for pensions reform in Great Britain. The author looks into the key elements which would enable financial advisors to say it had worked as planned. Statistics are discussed...

  • How to think outside the box. McLaren, Tor // Televisual;Jun2003, p11 

    Comments on the prospects for interactive television (ITV) in Great Britain. Appeal of ITV to viewers; ITV content; Keys to the success of ITV.

  • For better or worse? Le Grand, Julian // New Statesman & Society;11/19/93, Vol. 6 Issue 279, p22 

    Opinion. Comments on the reforms of Great Britain's health care and the National Health Service. Differences in reactions to reforms; Freedom from bureaucratic direction; Lack of monitoring system; Studies by independent organizations; Effectiveness in some key areas; Success in general...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics